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Top Open Source Tools for Internet of Everything (IoT)

For IT professionals, it is a buzzword. Yes. We are talking about Internet of Things. You must have come across this term many times. According to Gartner, IoT is one of the most talked about term and ranks at the top of hype cycle. A lot of people get excited about IoT, but not much real development is happening yet.

Gartner foresees that 26 million IoT devices will be installed in 2020. This will effectively generate $300 billion in revenue for manufacturers and service providers. Ultimately, this will have a staggering $1.9 trillion impact on the global economy

Quick definition of IoT -- using smart devices to collect data that is transmitted via the Internet to other devices. It's very closely connected to machine-to-machine (M2M) technology. As more and more devices continue to transform our lives, we are now gearing for the next big wave of the Internet, called the Internet of Everything (IoE). And according to Cisco, IoE growth will generate $14.4 trillion in value – over the next decade.

The idea has spread rapidly and widely. A survey by ARM found that more than "75 percent of enterprises are either already using IoT in some capacity or exploring ways to do so. And 96 percent of those surveyed expected to be using IoT by 2016. "

Here are some of the best Open Source Tools to Integrate with IOT

1. Arduino

Arduino is an open-source prototyping platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. The Arduino Software (IDE) is simple for beginners, yet flexible enough for advanced users to take advantage of as well. Designers and architects build interactive prototypes, musicians and artists use it for installations and to experiment with new musical instruments. To know more about Arduino, click here.

2. Eclipse IoT Project

Eclipse is the name behind several different projects surrounding IoT such as application frameworks and services; open source implementations of IoT protocols, and tools for Lua, which Eclipse is promoting as the best IoT programming language. Eclipse projects include Mihini, Koneki and Paho. The website also includes sandbox environments for experimenting with the tools and a live demo. To know more about Eclipse IoT Project, click here.

3. Kinoma

Kinoma’s platform is optimized for connected, high-performance consumer electronics and Internet of Things (IoT) products. Its products include Kinoma Create which helps makers, tackle projects easily and designers prototype products faster. Kinoma Element is the smallest JavaScript-powered embedded product prototyping platform. Kinoma HD a scriptable stick for developers to display visually rich content on the biggest displays. To know more about Kinoma, click here.

4. M2MLabs Mainspring

M2MLabs Mainspring is an open source application framework for building machine to machine (M2M) applications such as vehicle tracking or machine remote monitoring. It's based on Java and the Apache Cassandra NoSQL database. To know more about M2MLabs Mainspring, click here.

5. Node-RED

Built on Node.js, Node-RED is "visual tool for wiring the Internet of Things." Node-RED takes full advantage of its event-driven, non-blocking model. It can run on Raspberry Pi and with more than 225,000 modules in Node's package repository, it is simple to extend the range of palette nodes to add new capabilities. To know more about Node-RED, click here.

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